Week of Jan. 30 – Feb. 3, 2023

Dear Families – Our Kids Heart Challenge is off to a great start! Help us reach our goal to have 100% of school families learn Hands-Only CPR by completing Finn’s Mission!  

  1. Register/Log In at http://www2.heart.org/goto/OlympicView or on the FREE Kids Heart Challenge App for Apple or Android 
  2. Complete Finn’s Mission: Watch a 2-minute video to learn Hands-Only CPR, learn how to spot the warning signs of a stroke, and so much more! 
  3. Share with friends and family through social media, text and/or email 

  Thank you for supporting our school and joining Finn in his mission to have 1.8 million families across the country learn Hands-Only CPR this year!  

Click here for your Virtual Envelope to meet the Heart Heroes and see the cool thank-you gifts your student can earn! Be sure to talk with your student about their favorite Heart Hero and heart healthy message from today’s kick-off! Thank you for supporting our school and the American Heart Association!  

  • Dollar Goal: $5,000

*GOLDEN EAGLES HAVE RAISED OVER $225,000 – SO INCREDIBLE!

  • Participation Goal: 150 Students
  • Finn’s Mission Incentive: Students that complete Finn’s Mission will get admission to a GLOW DANCE PARTY for being the torch & learning how to save a life!
  • Incentives: For each $25 raised, that student will earn 1 cup of slime. The top student fundraiser will get to pour the entire slime bucket on Mrs. Lines!

Our Kid’s Heart Challenge event is on Friday, Feb. 10

The Valentine’s Dance is for Olympic View Students only. Students must be accompanied by an adult.

School start time is 8:15 am. Students should be on the blacktop no later than 8:15 am.

Did you know that if your child is out of school for three or more days, you can request an independent study contract? If an independent study contract is completed, your child receives attendance credit. For more information, you can contact Shelley Acosta (619-656-2030)

Our Average Weekly attendance last week was 94%. 98% is the goal. Congratulations to these classrooms who met the weekly goal!

Mrs. Umali’s Class – 98.%

Mr. Torres’ Class – 98%

Thank you to our Student Lighthouse for helping out with the Great Kindness Challenge!

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February

10 – Kid’s Heart Challenge

10 Valentines Day Dance 5:30-7pm

27-March 3rd Book Fair

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2023-24 School Calendar

Week of Jan. 23 – 27, 2023

Olympic View stands united with the AAPI community against hate.

Tuesday, Jan. 24 – ELAC meeting at 9 am in the auditorium

Wednesday, Jan. 25 – SSC meeting at 4 pm in room 303 AGENDA MINUTES

WATCH THIS HEARTWARMING VIDEO WITH YOUR CHILD! GREAT DISCUSSION STARTER!

We kicked off our Kid’s Heart Challenge on Friday. Our event will be held on Feb. 10.

Dear Golden Eagles – the Kids Heart Challenge has kicked off! Our goal is to have 100% of our families learn Hands-Only CPR by completing Finn’s Mission. Help us save lives and Be the Torch that will light the path of hope in the fight against heart disease and stroke! If you haven’t yet, join our team TODAY!  

  

  1. LOG IN/SIGN UP at http://www2.heart.org/goto/OlympicView and take the challenge to Be Kind or Move More! 
  2. SEND 10 emails or texts to family and friends through the Kids Heart Challenge App for Apple or Android 
  3. COMPLETE FINN’S MISSION in your HQ to learn Hands-Only CPR, how to spot a stroke F.A.S.T., and how you can help kids with special hearts! Students who complete Finn’s Mission will earn Finn’s Lifesaver Award! 

  

Click here for your Virtual Envelope to meet the Heart Heroes and see the cool thank-you gifts your student can earn! Be sure to talk with your student about their favorite Heart Hero and heart healthy message from today’s kick-off! Thank you for supporting our school and the American Heart Association!  

It’s Official! We will have Transitional Kindergarten at Olympic View for the 23-24 School Year!!

CLICK HERE to join in English CLICK HERE for Spanish

We will be starting Habit #4 – Seek first to understand and then be understood. CLICK HERE for ideas on how to support this habit at home. You can also view THIS VIDEO with great tips for listening to your kids

Our character strengths for the month are:

CLICK HERE for details on how to enter. Entries due Jan. 27

School start time is 8:15 am. Students should be on the blacktop no later than 8:15 am.

Did you know that if your child is out of school for three or more days, you can request an independent study contract? If an independent study contract is completed, your child receives attendance credit. For more information, you can contact Shelley Acosta (619-656-2030)

Our Average Weekly attendance last week was 95%. 98% is the goal. Congratulations to these classrooms who met the weekly goal!

Ms. Campos’ Class – 100%

Mrs. Pickett’s Class – 98.9%!!!!!!

Mrs. Gagielo’s Class – 98%

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January

16- No School- Dr. MLK Jr. Day

18 – School Site Council Meeting 4pm

19- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “Hiding in Plain sight: Overview of “Human Trafficking”

20 – Kid’s Heart Challenge Kick Off

25 Chick-fil-a Fundraiser

27 – Yearbook art due for contest

24 – ELAC/MFA Meeting 9 am

February

10 – Kid’s Heart Challenge

10 Valentines Day Dance 5:30-7pm

27-March 3rd Book Fair

Click Here for the 2022-2023 Calendar

2023-24 School Calendar

Week of Jan. 16 – 20

Monday, Jan. 16 – NO SCHOOL in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.

Tuesday, Jan. 17 – School Resumes, regular schedule

Tuesday, Jan 17 – DAC/DELAC meeting at district

Friday, Jan 20 – Kid’s Heart Challenge Kickoff

It’s Official! We will have Transitional Kindergarten at Olympic View for the 23-24 School Year!!

CLICK HERE to join in English CLICK HERE for Spanish

We will be starting Habit #4 – Seek first to understand and then be understood. CLICK HERE for ideas on how to support this habit at home. You can also view THIS VIDEO with great tips for listening to your kids

Our character strengths for the month are:

CLICK HERE for details on how to enter

School start time is 8:15 am. Students should be on the blacktop no later than 8:15 am.

Did you know that if your child is out of school for three or more days, you can request an independent study contract? If an independent study contract is completed, your child receives attendance credit. For more information, you can contact Shelley Acosta (619-656-2030)

Our Average Weekly attendance last week was 96%. 98% is the goal. Congratulations to these classrooms who met the weekly goal!

Mrs. Manabat’s Class – 100%!!!!!!

Mrs. Ambrose’s Class – 98%

Mrs. Elkinton’s Class – 98%

Mrs. Rivera’s Class – 98%

Mrs. Valerio’s Class – 98%

Ms. Campos’ Class – 98%

Mrs. Nieves’ Class – 98%

Ms. Wiseman’s Class – 99%

Mrs. Villar’s Class – 98%

CLICK HERE FOR ROBOTICS

CLICK HERE FOR LEVEL UP ART OR CHESS

ou can make a donation to our Olympic View fundraising page in just seconds by CLICKING HERE

Every gift makes an incredible difference! Please feel free to share with any of your friends or family as well. Our goal is $1,500.00 and our fundraiser ends March 14.

Thank you for not only supporting my efforts to raise funds for the Y, but also giving back to your community! I appreciate you!”

Take advantage of these wonderful parent workshops! FREE CHILDCARE AND DINNER provided!

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January

16- No School- Dr. MLK Jr. Day

18 – School Site Council Meeting 4pm

19- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “Hiding in Plain sight: Overview of “Human Trafficking”

20 – Kid’s Heart Challenge Kick Off

27 – Yearbook art due for contest

24 – ELAC/MFA Meeting 9 am

February

25 Chick-fil-a Fundraiser

10 – Kid’s Heart Challenge

10 Valentines Day Dance 5:30-7pm

27-March 3rd Book Fair

Click Here for the 2022-2023 Calendar

2023-24 School Calendar

Great Day Back!

What a great first day back. I enjoyed visiting all the classrooms and seeing our Golden Eagles. Students were working hard, recommitting to our habits, and chose their “word” for the year. CLICK HERE leadership for video.

It’s Official! Olympic View will have Transitional Kindergarten next year!!!

Week of Jan. 9 – 13, 2023

Happy New Year, and welcome to quarter 3!

Monday, Jan. 9 – NO SCHOOL – Teacher prep day

Tuesday, Jan 10 – Quarter 3 Begins – Minimum Day Schedule (Kinder-1:00 pm, 1-6-1:15 pm)

**If it is raining Tuesday morning, we will follow rainy day morning procedures.

*Breakfast in the auditorium

*Kinder line up in the auditorium, all other grades line up by their classrooms (5th and 6th may come to auditorium as well).

We will be starting Habit #4 – Seek first to understand and then be understood. CLICK HERE for ideas on how to support this habit at home. You can also view THIS VIDEO with great tips for listening to your kids

Our character strengths for the month are:

School start time is 8:15 am. Students should be on the blacktop no later than 8:15 am.

Did you know that if your child is out of school for three or more days, you can request an independent study contract? If an independent study contract is completed, your child receives attendance credit. For more information, you can contact Shelley Acosta (619-656-2030)

The annual YMCA fundraiser has begun!

The Y supports families throughout the county. The Y relies on charitable giving to create scholarships for students and families in need! The Y is pivotal in our community in supporting the needs in various ways of our students and families.

That is why I choose to support the Y not only with my time but in my charitable giving. Please join me today in making a gift to the South Bay YMCA to support children, families and seniors.

You can make a donation to our Olympic View fundraising page in just seconds by CLICKING HERE

Every gift makes an incredible difference! Please feel free to share with any of your friends or family as well. Our goal is $1,500.00 and our fundraiser ends March 14.

Thank you for not only supporting my efforts to raise funds for the Y, but also giving back to your community! I appreciate you!”

CLICK HERE to watch the video

CLICK HERE to visit the Eastlake Educational Foundation Website

You don’t need to look far to understand why Eastlake is a special place – it’s the people! Even though we have grown, we are still a small town at heart because of the support and care shown to each other, and the value we place on public education.

A community-wide effort The Come Together Community Campaign is underway to raise money for neighborhood public schools to fund technology hardware (computers, devices) educational software (to teach core subjects and advance learning through online platforms), fund professional development (so teachers can advance their skills) and provide STEAM programs (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math). Additionally, your support helps continue new programs like: Eastlake+, A Positive Podcast, Scholarships, Eastlake Alumni & Friends, Teacher Mini Grants, student internships, and numerous school programs.

Will you help us support our public schools by making a donation in any amount? We will ensure that 100% of your donation goes directly to our neighborhood public schools and is fully tax deductible. Your donation will make a meaningful impact for programs that help all our kids.

We know there are many worthy causes to support this year, and we hope that you will consider including the Come Together Community Campaign in your giving plans. Take a look at our most recent annual report for more information.

Take advantage of these wonderful parent workshops! FREE CHILDCARE AND DINNER provided!

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January

10- Students Return- Minimum Day

12- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “12 Tips for Effective Parenting”

16- No School- Dr. MLK Jr. Day

18 – School Site Council Meeting 4pm

19- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “Hiding in Plain sight: Overview of “Human Trafficking”

24 – ELAC/MFA Meeting 9 am

Click Here for the 2022-2023 Calendar

2023-24 School Calendar

Week of Dec. 12 – 16, 2022

CLICK HERE to watch the video

CLICK HERE to visit the Eastlake Educational Foundation Website

You don’t need to look far to understand why East Lake is a special place – it’s the people! Even though we have grown, we are still a small town at heart because of the support and care shown to each other, and the value we place on public education.

A community-wide effort The Come Together Community Campaign is underway to raise money for neighborhood public schools to fund technology hardware (computers, devices) educational software (to teach core subjects and advance learning through online platforms), fund professional development (so teachers can advance their skills) and provide STEAM programs (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math). Additionally, your support helps continue new programs like: Eastlake+, A Positive Podcast, Scholarships, Eastlake Alumni & Friends, Teacher Mini Grants, student internships, and numerous school programs.

Will you help us support our public schools by making a donation in any amount? We will ensure that 100% of your donation goes directly to our neighborhood public schools and is fully tax deductible. Your donation will make a meaningful impact for programs that help all our kids.

We know there are many worthy causes to support this year, and we hope that you will consider including the Come Together Community Campaign in your giving plans. Take a look at our most recent annual report for more information.

Friday, Dec. 16 – Last day of 2nd Quarter

Dec. 19 – Jan. 9 Winter Break

Tuesday, Jan. 10 – First day of 3rd Quarter – Minimum Day Schedule

School start time is 8:15 am. Students should be on the blacktop no later than 8:15 am.

Congratulations to Mrs. Varcoe’s class with 98% attendance!!

Thank you to OPTC and volunteers for making our Craft Night a huge success!

The Chula Vista Elementary School District is starting a new Family Focus Series for families to learn more about pressing topics such as bullying, social and emotional well-being, and more! I’ve attached a flyer with information about the series and upcoming dates. Free childcare and dinner are provided for all attendees.

The annual YMCA fundraiser has begun!

The Y supports families throughout the county. The Y relies on charitable giving to create scholarships for students and families in need! The Y is pivotal in our community in supporting the needs in various ways of our students and families.

That is why I choose to support the Y not only with my time but in my charitable giving. Please join me today in making a gift to the South Bay YMCA to support children, families and seniors.

You can make a donation to our Olympic View fundraising page in just seconds by CLICKING HERE

Every gift makes an incredible difference! Please feel free to share with any of your friends or family as well. Our goal is $1,500.00 and our fundraiser ends March 14.

Thank you for not only supporting my efforts to raise funds for the Y, but also giving back to your community! I appreciate you!”

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13- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “Keeping Kids Safe Online”

14- School Board Meeting 6:00

16- Golden Eagles Awards Assembly

19- Jan. 9 Winter Break

January

10- Students Return- Minimum Day

12- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “12 Tips for Effective Parenting”

16- No School- Dr. MLK Jr. Day

19- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “Hiding in Plain sight: Overview of “Human Trafficking”

Click Here for the 2022-2023 Calendar

Week of Dec. 5 – Dec. 9, 2022

Dec 5th- Dec 8th. Holiday Student Store – Your child’s teacher should have shared their shopping schedule with you.

Wednesday, Dec. 7 – SSC meeting at 4 pm in room 303. This will be a short meeting with an action item. MINUTES AGENDA

Join us in the school auditorium for our annual craft night! OPTC is sponsoring this free event!

The annual YMCA fundraiser has begun!

The Y supports families throughout the county. The Y relies on charitable giving to create scholarships for students and families in need! The Y is pivotal in our community in supporting the needs in various ways of our students and families.

That is why I choose to support the Y not only with my time but in my charitable giving. Please join me today in making a gift to the South Bay YMCA to support children, families and seniors.

You can make a donation to our Olympic View fundraising page in just seconds by CLICKING HERE

Every gift makes an incredible difference! Please feel free to share with any of your friends or family as well. Our goal is $1,500.00 and our fundraiser ends March 14.

Thank you for not only supporting my efforts to raise funds for the Y, but also giving back to your community! I appreciate you!”

School start time is 8:15 am. Students should be on the blacktop no later than 8:15 am.

Congratulations to Ms. Campos’ class with 97% attendance!!

The Chula Vista Elementary School District is starting a new Family Focus Series for families to learn more about pressing topics such as bullying, social and emotional well-being, and more! I’ve attached a flyer with information about the series and upcoming dates. Free childcare and dinner are provided for all attendees.

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December

7 – SSC 4:00 pm

8- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “A Parent’s Guild to Behavior

13- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “Keeping Kids Safe Online”

14- School Board Meeting 6:00

16- Golden Eagles Awards Assembly

19- Jan. 9 Winter Break

January

10- Students Return- Minimum Day

12- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “12 Tips for Effective Parenting”

16- No School- Dr. MLK Jr. Day

19- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “Hiding in Plain sight: Overview of “Human Trafficking”

Week of Nov. 28 – Dec. 2

We hope you had a fantastic week with your friends and family!
Tuesday, Nov. 29 – ELAC/MFA meeting to plan the Valentine’s Dance
Dec 5th- Dec 8th. Holiday Student Store Parent volunteers needed, contact us if interested.
Dec 9th 6pm-7:30pm Holiday craft night . Free event.
Excited for our community to enjoy these events! Love your OPTC!

We will begin Habit #4 – Think Win-Win on Nov. 7 CLICK HERE for ways you can practice this habit at home. You can also view THIS STORY with your child.

School start time is 8:15 am. Students should be on the blacktop no later than 8:15 am.

The Chula Vista Elementary School District is starting a new Family Focus Series for families to learn more about pressing topics such as bullying, social and emotional well-being, and more! I’ve attached a flyer with information about the series and upcoming dates. Please share the upcoming workshops with your families. Free childcare and dinner are provided for all attendees.

The first workshop is on November 30. Monique Myers with the San Diego District Attorney’s Office will present “Bullying Basics: What Families Need to Know.”

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December

7 – SSC 4:00 pm

8- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “A Parent’s Guild to Behavior

13- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “Keeping Kids Safe Online”

14- School Board Meeting 6:00

16- Golden Eagles Awards Assembly

19- Jan. 9 Winter Break

January

10- Students Return- Minimum Day

12- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “12 Tips for Effective Parenting”

16- No School- Dr. MLK Jr. Day

19- Family Engagement Series- In person, 6:00 pm, dinner served, at 84 East J Street, Childcare provided.  “Hiding in Plain sight: Overview of “Human Trafficking”

Click Here for the 2022-2023 Calendar

Happy Thanksgiving

Here at Olympic View, we are so Thankful for our community! We hope you have a wonderful time with your family and friends!

Wishing all of our OV family a Happy Thanksgiving and safe holiday week off. Please save the date for the December OPTC events:
Dec 5th- Dec 8th. Holiday Student Store Parent volunteers needed, contact us if interested.
Dec 9th 6pm-7:30pm Holiday craft night . Free event.
Excited for our community to enjoy these events! Love your OPTC!

Congratulations to our MEMBERSHIP DRIVE winners! The two winners are Mrs. Garcia-Barr and Mrs. Umali!!!!

Thank you to all that became OPTC members! Your membership money goes right back into our school. You can still become a member by going to:

ovptc.org/members/

Make sure to check out our Spirit Wear store and take advantage of the 15% discount.

www.olympicviewspiritwear.com

Click Here for the 2022-2023 Calendar